Datuk Seri Ir. Azman bin Mohd has held several key positions since joining Tenaga Nasional in 1979. From a District Office electrical engineer to State General Manager, Senior General Manager of Operational Region 2 and Vice President of Distribution, he eventually rose to be the President/CEO in July 2012.
He obtained a Diploma in Engineering from England Newark Technical College, UK, in 1976, then a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from University of Liverpool, UK, in 1979, and finally a Masters of Business Administration from University of Malaya in 1996. He also chairs the Institute of Asset Management Malaysian Chapter.
Datuk Wira Roslan Ab Rahman currently holds the position of Chief Corporate Officer. As part of his job, he monitors and advises the CEO and Board of Directors on all corporate communication related activities. He also formulates and monitors Tenaga Nasional’s group-wide corporate objectives, strategies and policies covering Corporate Services & Communication for both short and long term goals. Another task is to ensure the overall strategies and plans are cascaded to operational level strategies and plans. He also helps identify avenues and business expansion opportunities for the Group, provide business advisory services, as well as to monitor performance of the Group.
Datuk Zainuddin Ibrahim is the Vice President of Generation. His main task is to develop Generation Division’s objectives and strategies based on Tenaga’s overall objectives. This includes formulating the overall divisional strategic plans for the short, medium and long term plan for Tenaga’s electricity generation, to ensure its availability and reliability. He also oversees the development of operational policies and guidelines for the Division. In addition, he chairs Division Management Committee meetings on a regular basis and report on Division’s progress to the Chief Operating Officer/Executive Director, President/CEO and Group Executive Committee.
Datuk Ir. Baharin bin Din is currently Vice President, Distribution. As part of his responsibilities, he develops the Division’s objectives and strategies for Tenaga Nasional’s Distribution business based on Tenaga’s overall objectives. He also formulates the overall divisional strategic plans for the short, medium and long-term to expand Tenaga’s electricity supply business. He oversees development of individual operating and business unit objectives and strategic plans. Besides that, he also ensures all operational risks are identified, assessed and mitigated, as well as ensuring all business and financial aspects of operations comply with the specified legal and regulatory requirements.
Dato’ Ir. Ho Peng Choong is the current Vice President of Transmission and has a wide range of job responsibilities. Chief among them is to be responsible for the overall performance of Tenaga Nasional’s transmission business, which focuses on transporting electricity, managing the division’s assets as well as operating and maintaining transmission network. Besides this, he is also financially accountable for the cost effective operations and profitable growth of the business unit in Division. Another job is providing a clear sense of direction to ensure long term sustainable growth and profitability of the business unit, through effective use of resources and management of operations.
Datuk Fazlur Rahman bin Zainuddin currently holds the post of Chief Financial Officer/Vice President, Group Finance in Tenaga Nasional. Some of his tasks include monitoring financial related activities to advise the CEO and Tenaga Board of Directors on key financial decisions. He leads Group Finance as an active strategic financial partner in driving Tenaga’s business aspirations, and achieving Group’s objectives. Besides this, he also ensures continuous improvement and review on key financial areas such as finance policies & procedures, system efficiency & processes, strategic financial risks, and staff competency.
Dato’ Muhammad Razif bin Abdul Rahman is the Vice President of Human Resources. He meets Group’s objectives by linking its human resource activities to business strategies and acting as a Business Partner. He is financially accountable for the Division’s cost effective operations. He also provides human resource services to the Group, such as human resource planning & development, human resource management and human resource internal affairs. He ensures that human resource policies, procedures and practices are in line with the Group’s Business Strategy and Core Values. Other than that, he deals with industrial relations, staff welfare & administration, and managerial & leadership training.
Ir. Syed Abu Hanifah bin Syed Alwi is the Chief Procurement Officer. As part of his job scope, he defines and manages the long-term group-wide procurement strategy, defines the group-wide cost reduction initiatives, role and scope of central procurement, and defines implementation of best practices. He also oversees the overall skill building and knowledge transfer program. Besides all these, he oversees relationships and negotiations with strategic suppliers and the Bumiputra vendor development program. Lastly, in terms of policies and compliance, he deals with group-wide procurement policies and monitors procurement policies and auditing of compliance.
As Vice President of Regulatory Economics & Planning, Dato' Roslina binti Zainal has a wide range of job responsibilities. She has to strategize and formulate long, medium and short-term corporate plans and manage the energy procurement strategy. She also plans and develops new assets in generation and transmission, while taking into consideration asset rehabilitation, retirement and mothballing. In addition, she helps invest to improve market value, availability, efficiency, adequacy, reliability and quality. There are also investments to improve cost productivity and returns to shareholders, to achieve sustainable returns consummate with business risks.
Nazmi bin Othman is currently the Chief Investment Management Officer in Tenaga Nasional. His job responsibilities include governing the adhering of policies and procedures within the Investment Management Division and Tenaga Nasional group-wide, including subsidiaries. He also monitors the performance and achievements of Tenaga Nasional subsidiaries in hitting targeted investment goals. Besides that, he has to discover investment opportunities through the subsidiaries to penetrate markets abroad, in order to bring Tenaga Nasional to the global stage.
Haji Fazil bin Ibrahim is the Chief Information Officer at Tenaga Nasional. His job responsibilities include providing holistic and innovative ICT solutions to support Tenaga Nasional’s business, focusing on effective ICT governance, security and business continuity planning, robust telecommunication infrastructure/applications delivery and management, and business enablement. He also oversees the planning, coordinating and monitoring of ICT initiatives within the ICT Division, group-wide and with external parties.
Haji Nor Azman Mufti is Tenaga Nasional’s Vice President in Energy Venture. He is responsible for expanding Tenaga Nasional’s non-regulated business locally and globally by increasing the local power generation market share, ensuring efficient and timely power project deliveries, and growing profitable non-regulated power related businesses. He also works to expand Tenaga Nasional’s international presence via regional hubs in South East Asia (SEA), Middle East and Africa.
Norazni binti Mohd Isa is Tenaga Nasional’s Company Secretary. She provides corporate secretarial advisory services to the Board of Directors, on the Group’s policies and procedures as well as relevant rules and legislation. She has to ensure Tenaga and its Group of Companies comply with the Statutory Requirement of the Regulatory Authorities, and Principles and Best Practice of Corporate Governance. She also arranges and attends Committee meetings and disseminates the decisions for execution by the respective divisions or departments. Another task is to maintain and update the Statutory and Non-Statutory books such as the Register of Depositors and Register of Directors.